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Old 10-28-2011, 10:26 PM   #71
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I'm thrilled beyond words that I get to have a weekly relationship with Tom Selleck again!! That man still makes me weak in the knees after all these years. Sigh.

"Blue Bloods" is the best new show on TV in my opinion.

Another favorite of mine is "Harry's Law"......what a quirky great show with a refreshing cast of characters, and Kathy Bates is superb, as always.
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Old 10-29-2011, 02:42 AM   #72
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I'm thrilled beyond words that I get to have a weekly relationship with Tom Selleck again!! That man still makes me weak in the knees after all these years. Sigh.

"Blue Bloods" is the best new show on TV in my opinion.

Another favorite of mine is "Harry's Law"......what a quirky great show with a refreshing cast of characters, and Kathy Bates is superb, as always.
I love "Harry's Law," too! It's one of my don't miss shows.

"Grimm" is on the DVR, I'll watch it tomorrow when Shrek is napping.
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Old 10-29-2011, 09:43 AM   #73
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Is anyone else getting hooked on "Person of Interest?" I am starting to really like this one. Jim Caviezel is perfect, as is the ethereal Michael Emerson.

This is from the "Lost" people, and that started out a little slow, too.
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Old 10-29-2011, 12:50 PM   #74
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Is anyone else getting hooked on "Person of Interest?" I am starting to really like this one. Jim Caviezel is perfect, as is the ethereal Michael Emerson.

This is from the "Lost" people, and that started out a little slow, too.
"Person of Interest" is the best show on, I love it. A very intelligent show, that doesn't insult my intelligence.
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Old 10-29-2011, 05:25 PM   #75
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Thank you Princess! I don't hear a lot about it, but ya never know. I love the mysteries which are never quite solved and keep me intrigued.
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I just finished watching, "Grimm." It was great fun and full of references. Shrek loved it, too! He's very glad he recorded it now.
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Old 10-29-2011, 07:00 PM   #77
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I agree for Grimm, we found it kind of interesting :) It may be the only new show we are going to watch this fall.
Among the old ones, we love Breaking Bad, Dexter, Game of Throne, Mad men... I may forgot some :) We also like fringe, the good wife and we follow grey's anatomy and desperate housewives as a habit xD
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What channel is Grimm on, and what's it about?

I too think that "Person of Interest" is one of the most interesting shows to come along in a long time.
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What channel is Grimm on, and what's it about?

I too think that "Person of Interest" is one of the most interesting shows to come along in a long time.
NBC Friday at 8 Central. The morphing is really cool. There is a Grimm descendant who sees normal people for who they really are (werewolf, vampire, ghoul, etc.) They change from regular to monster in a really nice fade.

I saw it last night, it was fun. Some of the CSI and NCIS episodes were better at one time, IMHO, but this is a pretty good show.
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